Aston Villa vs Wolves on TV – How to tune into the big Premier League game on Saturday lunchtime as Dean Smith battles Nuno Espirito Santo at Villa Park
It’s a match most Aston Villa fans are dreading as Wolves rock up in B6 looking to cause a huge dent in Dean Smith’s Premier League survival hopes.
Aston Villa don’t won a league match since beating Watford at the end of January and have begun Project Restart with two draws and a defeat.
In the middle of the week, Aston Villa dominated the big spells against Newcastle, but couldn’t find the elusive goal of victory that they so desperately crave.
As for the Wolves, they recorded mutual victories against the two rivals of Villa, West Ham & Bournemouth.
Before you start working at Villa Park, there is everything you need to know about television details, live broadcasts around the world, news about injuries, referees and bookmaker odds.
Aston Villa vs. Wolves on TV? How can I follow this live?
Yes, it is on TV.
The match will be broadcast live on BT Sport with coverage beginning at 12noon UK time. That can be streamed on the BT Sport app.
That’s 9pm in Sydney, 7am in New York City and 4am in Los Angeles.
International listings for TV and streaming for the match can be found HERE.
How to watch the Premier League and Championship comeback
The Premier League returns in mid-June after a three-month absence.
Since fans still cannot visit the stadiums, it has already been confirmed that every game will be be broadcast on TV.
33 broadcast games will be free. Four on BBC, four on Amazon Prime and 25 Sky channel ‘Pick’.
The remaining paid games will be divided into BT Sport and Sky Sports.
Meanwhile, at the Championship, Sky Sports and EFL announced an exclusive deal, in which the broadcaster will show 30 games live on their channels, as usual, as well as the playoffs. The remaining 78 matches are available to season ticket holders via iFollow.
- Amazon Prime Video – Subscriptions to Prime inc. 30 day free trial
- Sky Sports Packages – Contracts for Sky Sports
- BT Sport Packages – Contracts for BT Sport
- Now TV Sport Pass – One-off passes for Sky Sports
- BT Sport Monthly Pass – One-off passes for BT Sports
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What are the injury concerns? Who is in the teams?
Aston Villa will welcome Frederic Guilbert, Danny Drinkwater and Henri Lansbury, who will again be available for selection. Bjorn Engels (Achilles) remains on the sidelines, as are the long-term victims Tom Heaton and Wesley (both knee ligament injuries).
As for Wolves, Nuno’s men have a clean health score with every player deemed fit.
Here are the probable line-ups, below:
Aston Villa XI, (4-3-3) : Nyland; Konsa, Hause, Mings, Targett; Douglas Luiz, Hourihane, McGinn; El Ghazi, Davis, Grealish.
Wolves XI, (3-4-3) : Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Doherty, Moutinho, Neves, Jonny; Traore, Jimenez, Neto.
Who is the ref?
Craig Pawson will be the man in the middle of this West Midlands derby.
This season, Pawson served as Aston Villa four times against Manchester United, Southampton, Fulham in the FA Cup and Southampton just before closing.
For the Wolves, Yorkshireman have already met the Wanderers twice: at the beginning of the season they tied with Burnley and scored 2-0 in Etihad in October.